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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Nasstar Plc NASA London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 12.75 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
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SOFTWARE & COMPUTER SERVICES

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DateSubject
15/8/2016
07:42
this_is_me: Placings are never to the advantage of private investors. I always vote against giving companies the authority to do them. If the intention is to make acquisitions why can we not have a rights issue well in advance of funds being needed.
12/4/2016
14:41
proactivest: Video interview with Nigel Redwood http://tinyurl.com/j3l7b4s Nasstar PLC (LON:NASA), the cloud service provider, increased adjusted pre-tax profit in 2015 and that is thanks to benefits of integrating acquisitions, its chief executive Nigel Redwood tells Proactive Investors. Nasstar is cautious not to make acquisitions for growth alone and seeks key strategic justifications. Its most recent acquisition, VESK, in late 2015, the company found several benefits, including James Mackie, the founder whom Redwood was keen to get on board and has appointed Group Sales Director. But organic growth is also important to the future of the business. “Hence, in 2016 we are putting a lot of investment into sales and marketing. To re-launch under one umbrella brand name which will be Nasstar,” he says.
29/12/2012
01:17
daniel: if anyone wants 20p on this, I suggest he flushes his mouth in the toilet. People bought this at a £1.If you need quick money buss off. The directors will be mad to take 20p for long term investors
17/12/2012
21:22
wh1spa: 6Kenny are you an investor in NASA?
23/1/2012
23:03
daniel: Charles Black, CEO of Nasstar, commented "We are pleased to have been able to carry out the Subscription at the current share price and gain the support of a new institutional shareholder. We view this as a good indication that our shareholders can see the progress we are making and share our positive outlook for the future." ~ Pathetic Long-term investors are holding from £1.
14/7/2011
19:53
jazza: http://www.kestreluk.com/investors/ http://www.octopusinvestments.com/default.html
07/6/2011
12:10
solarno lopez: . Thanks Kenny it is an investors best advice to have somebody that works in the industry
06/3/2011
20:05
nils214: P3psiMax - 5 Mar'11 - 13:33 - 3682 of 3689 Outstanding artical Skidz, thanks for posting! I hope that creates some further interest here and brings in the next tranche of investors. What I find really interesting is that if cloud computing and SAAS is being heralded the real future of the IT world and Nasstar are a leading light in this field why Charlie Black would sell his company for 25p a share when surely this could be worth 10's of times more than this in a couple of years? Any comments chaps? P3psi...a few... fundamentals of a successful business...unique product and high barriers to entry thus reducing possibilities of competition. Does nasa hold a position where these parameters exist. Some simple questons to ask...do they have a unique product...errm no, any existing data storage company should be able to install systems allowing others to store data and us software off their servers. Does nasa own its own software eg SAP, MS Office Suite, Autocad etc etc,...obviously they don't, so they would have to provide user licenses as I am sure the software companies will not be happy to sell them a singlepackage that can be used by 100mln people!? Therefor they would be buying licenses and then renting them out so they still have heir own internal capex costs. I'm not knocking nasa nor cloud computing per se, but I would be reluctant to believe that it is going to be the next big thing, and the conversion rate of existing software end users to cloud customers is obvously not so great as people are still very wary of the conept of having ALL their data stored on remote servers - even though they already unwittingly (?) do this with fb, gmail, hotmail etc etc aimho
05/3/2011
13:33
p3psimax: Outstanding artical Skidz, thanks for posting! I hope that creates some further interest here and brings in the next tranche of investors. What I find really interesting is that if cloud computing and SAAS is being heralded the real future of the IT world and Nasstar are a leading light in this field why Charlie Black would sell his company for 25p a share when surely this could be worth 10's of times more than this in a couple of years? Any comments chaps? Posted that link for the moneyweek article on fingers thread as well!
24/1/2011
13:45
solarno lopez: Yes but I have had some worrying moments as have all investors here
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